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  1. SEC proposes additional requirements for swaps dealers

    trueSwaps dealers would be required to maintain daily security-based trading records under proposed rules announced by the SEC on Wednesday.

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  1. Effects of various HFT strategies

     

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  2. The history of trading 1571 to 2014

    trueRecent headlines have both advocates and detractors of high-speed trading debating its merits and perils. Here's a look at some of the important historical events that changed the trading landscape.

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  3. Tightening up trading costs

    trueInstitutional investors must keep careful watch on trading costs, and take steps to minimize them, as recent research shows they rival investment management fees in their impact on portfolios.

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  4. Better oversight of HFT

    trueMichael Lewis shocked the investing public with his charge that the stock market is rigged. He will have done investors a great service if he has also shocked the Securities and Exchange Commission into re-examining high-frequency trading and taking steps to halt it.

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  5. Citadel fund said to quadruple with high-frequency trading gains

    trueHigh-frequency trading has been good to billionaire Ken Griffin.

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  6. Fidelity considering formation of trading venue

    trueFidelity Investments is exploring the possibility of creating a trading venue with other money managers.

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  7. Report: Dodd-Frank puts stress on efficient collateral use

    trueMoney managers and banks must be more efficient in using collateral for swaps, as new clearing regulations will require far more assets to be placed with central counterparties — to the tune of a combined $2 trillion, according to a report from TABB Group.

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  8. Global investors, exchanges seek to develop ESG listing standards for companies

    trueNew York State Common Retirement Fund and BlackRock are among the institutional investors in a Ceres-led group which launched an initiative to promote the integration of environmental, social and governance disclosures into the listing rules for companies listed on U.S. and global stock exchanges.

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  9. Alternative strategies for investors to position their portfolios in a rising rates environment

    trueFixed-income markets might be experiencing the calm before the storm. Rather than allowing complacency to creep in, following the normalization of markets after the significant sell-off in the second quarter of 2013, thoughtful investors should at least be thinking of how best to protect themselves ...

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  10. Regulators put indemnification costs in spotlight

    trueThe cost of indemnification — insurance against counterparty default — might have to be carried on bank balance sheets under possible domestic and international regulations, and that could spur asset owners to make changes in their securities lending programs.

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  11. 2 Toronto professors win Markowitz prize

    trueJohn C. Hull and Alan D. White — both of the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto — were named winners of the $10,000 Harry M. Markowitz Award prize, according to a joint statement by New Frontier Advisors and the Journal of Investment Management.

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  12. BlackRock drops analyst survey program after investigation

    trueBlackRock agreed to discontinue using an analyst survey program after New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman concluded non-public information was being used to execute trades.

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  13. Greenwich: Swaps clearing to become more expensive, more efficient in 2014

    trueBetter efficiency and higher costs will be two key trends in the clearing of swaps trades in 2014, according to a Greenwich Associates report on global derivatives markets issued Wednesday.

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